Bronnt Industries Kapital, Geoff Smith, Czech Film Orchestra, Launy Grøndahl ‎– Häxan (Witchcraft Through The Ages)

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Tartan Video ‎– TVD3758
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1.1 Häxan (1922)
Bass – Martin Brenner, Michal MandelCello – Milada Strasilova*Clarinet – David Sys*Composed By [Uncredited] – Launy GrøndahlConductor – Gillian Anderson (2)Flute – Martin Klimanek*, Robert FischmannOrchestra – Czech Film OrchestraPiano – Lada Bartosova*Producer – Issa ClubbRecorded By – Milan JilekSupervised By [Audio Supervisor] – Ken HansenSynthesizer – Radim LinhartTimpani, Percussion – Pavel Novak*Trombone – Jan KrajhanzlTrumpet – Petr Hojac*Violin – Jan Pellant, Jan Simunek*
1.2 Häxan (1922)
Composed By, Performer, Recorded By – Guy BartellMixed By [Live Mix] – Anton Maiof, Guy BartellPerformer [Bronnt Industries Kapital Is] – Guy Bartell, Nick Talbot
1.3 Häxan (1922)
Composed By, Dulcimer [Hammered, And Various Prototypes], Vocals, Percussion – Geoff Smith (5)
1.4 Häxan (1922)
2 Häxan (1968)
Narrator – William S. Burroughs

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This is a regioncode 2 DVD.

Liner notes:
This release includes both the Burroughs-narrated shorter version and the original film for which two new scores have been created - one by composer Geoff Smith performed on hammered dulcimer and the second offering a dynamic score by UK electronic group, Bronnt Industries Kapital.

Version 1.1 is based on the original score as performed during the 1922 Copenhagen premiere. It was recorded in June 2001 for "The Criterion Collection".
Version 1.2 features the newly conceived Bronnt Industries Kapital soundtrack in Dolby 2.0 and Dolby 5.1. (It was also published in parts on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/1495200">CD</a> and partially uses music from their album "Virtute Et Industria", available on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/458755">CD</a>)
Version 1.3 features the newly conceived Geoff Smith soundtrack.
Version 1.4 is neither credited on cover nor in the menue nor in the booklet. It's just a silent version without any sound.

The film is presented with Swedish intertitles and optional English subtitles.

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